need new ideas....

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mrsL1984 Sat 05-Jan-13 16:46:36

I beg your pardon for nt replying effectively to your post! I was waiting til I ad more time on my hands to reply with a response ad gave me tie to think about wt you said and perhaps give others the option o add tier contribution! So thanks fr replying ill consider your deals next time I shop

Even if my post is unhelpful it woul be nice if it were acknowledged OP

mrsL1984 Fri 04-Jan-13 19:07:23

Bumping this

Does it necessarily have to be low fat? Given that you're effectively missing two meals and you need to have low sugar/carbohydrate for diabetes you might be better having some fats to help you feel fuller for longer. Even whole grains affect your blood sugar.

If you have access I a fridge could you have some mini cheese portions (you can get variety packs in the supermarket), or cold cooked chicken/beef/salmon/turkey/ham (cooked at home or bought in packets, but careful that there isn't a sugary coating) plus a little mayo and cucumber and celery sticks. Olives might be nice too?

mrsL1984 Fri 04-Jan-13 10:12:57

Anybody got any ideas?

mrsL1984 Wed 02-Jan-13 21:07:38

It's really hard trying to think of new things that are picky but tasty x

Elainey1609 Wed 02-Jan-13 18:00:20

This sounds like a thread i need to join
im afraid i dont really have any ideas, but feel ur pain
i am a student nurse working them 3 or 4 long day shifts, hardly ever knowing when im getting a break,
i am border line diabetic and really struggle with having both high and low blood sugars
At the moment i have soups with rivita, porridge in morning and a pasta in evening. with a musli based snack in the day .. but it does get boring

im looking forward to hearing anyones ideas

good luck

mrsL1984 Wed 02-Jan-13 14:43:11

im a type two diabest on very strict insulin control. i work threee long days at a busy hospital and dont always get a meal break in the afternoon.

im looking for new ineasd of snacks and meals that i can eat that are low fat, good sugar control and can eat easily without warming, that doesnt involve, sarnies, cous cous, fruit, carrots and humours.... any ideas gratefully received

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